- Interesting picture during Aam Aadmi Party’s press conference in Lucknow
- Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh challenge the Yogi government to debate
- Chair left vacant for Minister Siddharth Nath Singh during the press conference
- Sisodia said – Yogi Sarkar did not work, so running away from debate
In the war of UP, the Aam Aadmi Party has removed its warlords. An interesting picture has emerged during the party’s press conference in Lucknow. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh have lashed out at the Yogi government. Both held a chair vacant during the press conference, challenging the open debate. On this chair, the name of Siddharth Nath Singh, minister of the Yogi government, was printed.
A board of open debate was put in place during the press conference. It was written on this: Kejriwal model of Delhi vs Yogi’s UP model. During the press conference, both Aam Aadmi Party leaders were seen waiting for UP government minister Siddharth Nath Singh. Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, while targeting the Yogi government, said, “Yogi ji and Siddharthnath Singh are running away from the debate. People of UP want Kejriwal model. The large population of UP will bring the Kejriwal government to the next election. Give the Kejriwal model a chance in UP, then the people of the state will forget all the parties. The Yogi government is running away from the debate because no work has been done. Only Sanjay Singh is speaking against the dictatorship of the Yogi government.
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Sisodia also has the responsibility of the Education Minister of Delhi. He surrounded the Yogi government on the education system and said, “If 10 schools in UP can be placed in front of the government schools of Delhi in the four-year model, then Siddharthanath Singh should come and debate. Kejriwal has done a lot for 16 lakh children in 3 to 4 years. Yogi said that Delhi does not have as many children as it does in UP schools. This means that you have not done any work for Uttar Pradesh with a large population.
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During the press conference, a small video on Delhi’s schools was shown and information about the arrangements there. Also, referring to electricity and water, Sisodia said that the people of Delhi are happy but the condition here is worse than bad. Let us know that the Aam Aadmi Party has announced to contest the 2022 assembly elections in UP. It has been said from the party that Sanjay Singh will be made CM if he wins the elections. Rajya Sabha MP and UP in-charge of the party, Sanjay Singh, had made it clear that at the moment his party does not intend to tie up with anyone.
(With input from NBT online reporter Hamendra Tripathi)
Interesting picture in the press conference of Aam Aadmi Party